Posted Sun Jun 12, 2011 08:20 PM
Posted Sun Jun 12, 2011 09:10 PM
My life has been through total chaos and change over the last 2-1/2 years, biggest of all has been since June of last year, so I do understand your frustrations and your feelings for wanting isolation from further hurt and not trusting people or emotions. I do understand how much of a struggle it can be everyday...
I just wanted to reach out and offer a friendly smile and will listen and not judge....
Posted Sun Jun 12, 2011 09:20 PM
Now, what I would suggest is that instead of feeling sorry for what happened, you try to take care of yourself. First, buy a gym membership and take care of your body. If you've been neglecting your fridge and your table... Try to cook at home, and possibly invite a pal of yours to share with. That will always leave you with a good feeling inside. Do not sit in front of the TV to rumiate about the whatif's, do not feel like the world has ended for you... You're young and there's plenty of time to find companionship is that's what you want.
In the mean time, just try to cultivate friendships, even if it's with guys to go playing pool, or to watch a football game. One step at a time, and soon enough you'll have your social schedule on a roll again.
Posted Mon Jun 13, 2011 01:47 AM
You can be generous and look out for other people, but you need to look out for number one also. Hope this doesn't sound harsh, but do not let yourself be a doormat. Yeah, it's nice to be the person who there for someone, but you should expect reciprocation also. That's how you'll know you're in a relationship to be valued.
If someone burns you, write it off as a warning to stay away and seek out someone better. You have to like and respect yourself first before others will too and that includes putting yourself first sometimes. But please at the very least keep up the communication going here. Check back on this thread so we know how it's going.
Posted Mon Jun 13, 2011 09:22 AM
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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 01:22 PM
most of the time we see our life miserable but in fact not, just cherish every single moment in our life not only the happy events but same with the sadness and bad times
life is not perfect so we need to deal with it for us to survive to live